Our School Rules

Park End Primary School uses a positive reward system. Children are expected to always follow the school’s golden rules which is recognised using the school’s golden ladder. Children who have demonstrated following the golden rules all week are awarded golden time on a Friday afternoon. The golden ladder is a positive reward system linked to the school’s golden rules:

Our Golden Rules

  • Always try your best
  • Take care of others and our school
  • Follow instructions from the adults in school

Pupil of the Week

In addition to our whole school golden rules, children also have the chance to be ‘Pupil of the Week. This is awarded to pupils on a Friday, in classrooms. Pupils will receive verbal explanation of why they were selected. These will link to one of the Pupil of the Week criteria. The pupil of the week will receive a certificate and a prize.

Pupil of the week criteria

Pupil of the week is rewarded to pupils who demonstrate the following:

  • Come to school on time every day
  • Be prepared and dress correctly for school
  • Always behave well
  • Work hard at home and at school

School Calendar

Year 2 castles workshop
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VE Day
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